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New video released by NASA shows Earth-sized tornadoes on the sun's surface.
We get the goss from Oracle Australia and New Zealand chieftain Ian White on the sidelines of the technology giant's gargantuan OpenWorld confab in the United States last week.
As Oracle gets bigger and bigger, one question remains unanswered: what type of company is Oracle?
Sun's Lew Tucker foresees cloud apps that are entirely self-sufficient, but says they must be unified and driven by a compatible set of protocols in order to create a global cloud of clouds
The clear skies in this screensaver make it look like the perfect bright day. The sun shines from behind the clouds and makes the whole...
At JavaOne in San Francisco, Sun fellow James Gosling and chief executive Jonathan Schwartz demo the company's new online store
At JavaOne in San Francisco, Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison talks to Sun chairman Scott McNealy about plans for Java development
There's a lot of hardware orbiting our planet, generating ever-increasing space debris. Further afield, the sun is currently in a quiet phase, but is unlikely to stay that way. Rupert and Charles ponder the implications
Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his thoughts on Oracle's recent $7.4 billion purchase of Sun Microsystems.
Sun Microsystems Chief Jonathan Schwartz began a blog series on the state of the company, which he argues is more relevant than ever.After watching the video and reading the transcript I'm left with that uneasy feeling you get when you see a CEO on CNBC saying everything is just fine.
Late last week I caught part of SDForum's SDForum's first "Corporate Innovation and Research Fair." Here is an edited video of the lunchtime panel:From left to right:Roger Meike, Sun MicrosystemsHarold Yu, OrrickDavid SMith, TynaxDeborah Magid, IBMRoy Levin, MicrosoftDr.
So, on the day the Olympics open, the head of Tellabs – which helps telecommunications carriers deliver high-quality voice, video and data services around the world -- is talking about a looming bandwidth crisis for the Internet, in today’s Chicago Sun-Times. The main cause for the concern: Video, like we’re seeing over the next two weeks from the Olympics and is watched around the world every day, from YouTube.
At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University, tech execs discuss perceptions of risk and control with SaaS, and how those feelings are changing in countries with different software legacies
Government CIOs that dismiss open source software because of support issues, which is the case for the Australian Tax Office, Defence and Centrelink, simply do not understand the concept, according to Sun Microsystems.
Sun engineers explain how the Nvidia APX2500 chip allows developers to write Java apps on a desktop and run them directly to mobile phones
Sun CTO Robert Brewin talks to members of the JavaFX team about how they created the animation inside the game Moontank using the JavaFX environment
At JavaOne, Danny Coward and Ken Russell of Sun's Java SE team show how JavaFX-powered applets can be deployed within a web browser or dragged over to the desktop
At JavaOne, veteran rocker Neil Young shows off a multimedia project, using Java and Blu-ray technology, spanning his music career
At JavaOne, the company unveils two new JavaFX-powered apps: Photo Flocker and Movie Cloud
At the JavaOne Conference, Sun demos the JavaFX application, a competitor to Adobe's AIR and Microsoft's Silverlight
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